An initiative called “DeaconChat” has the goal of bringing Catholics, ordained and laity together in conversation to continue to learn and discern together on this subject.
Teresa Mee's account of an experience she had recently of celebrating a memorial.
Easter Sunday is the time for Christians to rejoice in the resurrection of Jesus the Christ and, with the indwelling power and guidance of His Holy Spirit, to strengthen their resolve to resurrect the whole of humanity by the constant practice of unconditional love.
How are we to understand what happened to convince the earliest Christians that Jesus had risen from the dead? Did the apostles resurrect Jesus out of fond memory, or did the Father intervene?
The complete text of Marie Collins' statement to the National Catholic Reporter on her resignation from the Papal Commission for the Protection of Minors
"I find it impossible to listen to public statements about the deep concern in the church for the care of those whose lives have been blighted by abuse, yet to watch privately as a congregation in the Vatican refuses to even acknowledge their letters!"
Why has the Enlightenment dream of a just society proved a mirage, especially in Ireland, and where is integrity to be found? Sean O'Conaill looks for answers to the Gospel.
Teresa Mee, a returned missionary sister, feels there is too often no 'communion' with our typical Irish Mass - and explains why.
Following recent visits from Taoiseach Enda Kenny and all of Ireland's bishops, what picture of the Irish Church - and its problems - does Pope Francis now have? And what do you see?
The ACI expresses deep disappointment that the Irish Catholic Bishops Conference (ICBC) has been unable to agree to bring proposals on ending the celibacy requirement for priestly ministry in Ireland to Pope Francis for their Ad Limina visit to Rome
An Easter Experience: Memorial Celebration
A Thought for Easter
Marie Collins: Complete statement to NCR on resignation from papal commission
Marie Collins Resigns from Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors
Was Jesus a whistleblower too?
Mass, Eucharist and Communion: Teresa Mee
What does Pope Francis know of the Irish Church now?
Press Release from ACI on eve of Bishops' Ad Limina visit to Rome
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A major ecumenical conference in Dublin, to mark the onset of the 16th century era of 'Reformations'.
Four years into Pope Francis' pontificate, Gerry O'Hanlon reflects on the strategy & achievements of Francis, the prospects for reform and the challenge facing the Irish church.
How are we to get past the apparent denial by Irish bishops that the Irish Church is in deep crisis - to address the problem?
THE SEARCH TO KNOW GOD Howth Parish Reform and Renewal Group will host a session on Monday April 3rd, at 8.00pm titled “Introductory Thoughts on the Variety...
The Pope wants Irish bishops to meet people 'where they are', 'ready to take shots from any direction' - according to an Irish Times report.
Minutes of ACI North Wicklow Meeting Held 26th October 2016 Theme: Being a Catholic Today Welcome Cup of tea. Opening Reflection Sursum Corda-Lift up your hearts. Kahlil...
Irish bishops can't agree to propose ending the ban on a married clergy to Pope Francis, according to the Irish Catholic.
"It is incumbent on us, the People of God, to speak up, to make our support for women priests and for married priests known ........
The case for revising Humanae Vitae, well in time for the 50th anniversary of the 1968 encyclical.